Rave Alert: Emergency Text Messaging
As part of the HPU comprehensive emergency communication system, which complements the existing e-mail, web page, and broadcasting communication tools, HPU is equipped with another communication tool called Rave Alert.
This program allows the University to instantly send emergency information to students, faculty, and staff via text messaging. As such, Hawai'i Pacific University encourages all students to have a cellular (mobile) telephone in order to receive immediate alerts when situations arise (such as natural disasters, fires, bomb threats, or acts of violence) that might threaten the lives and safety of HPU community members.
For those with mobile devices (cellular phones, Blackberry, etc.), HPU highly recommends that students participate in the Rave Alert program. By registering, students agree to the program’s terms and conditions. There is no additional cost to HPU community members to participate in this program; their regular phone rates with their mobile service providers apply. In the event of an emergency, students now have an additional communication tool through the Rave Alert program. REGISTER TODAY!
Registration is easy!
1. Log on to http://phone.hpu.edu
2. Enter your HPU Pipeline ID & Password
3. Click on the boxes requesting emergency text messages via Text and Email.
Note: You may also sign up for Class Cancellation Text Alerts on your mobile phone. This is a free service using the RAVE Alert system that sends emergency text messages. You must register to get this service.
If you have questions or comments, please contact the Director of Security and Safety (808) 236-3597 or email@example.com.
Disabling of Rave Alert
If you are no longer a student , faculty and staff member of Hawaii Pacific University, it is your responsibility to disable your Rave Account. To disable account:
Once registered, you can opt out of SMS messages at any time by texting STOP to 67283 or 226787. This info is shown on the login page found here: https://www.getrave.com/login/hpu.
If you have questions or comments, please contact the Director of Security and Safety (808) 236-3597 or firstname.lastname@example.org